Visit stem.vtol.org or email stem@vfsaz.org to learn more about the VFS STEM Program!   This new online platform aims to provide quality VTOL-related learning resources for STEM educators ranging from primary through high school level, and to highlight the outreach efforts from our VFS regional and university chapters as well as membership at large. Another exciting STEM resource can be found at Rocket Contest.

2019 VFS AZ STEM Events

VFS AZ is supporting the following STEM activities. Please show your support.  For those looking to volunteer please check our sign sheet for each event.

ASU Career Exploration Night

The ASU Engineering Career Center invites anyone with formal education in engineering, computer science, information technology, technical management or related technical disciplines to speak with our freshmen and transfer students about what you did in college to get to where you are NOW. What will I do?Talk to freshmen in an informal setting. Industry guests […]

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Memorial Union 2nd Floor (ASU – Tempe), 301 E Orange Street
Tempe, Arizona 85281 United States
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ASU Career Exploration Night

The ASU Engineering Career Center invites anyone with formal education in engineering, computer science, information technology, technical management or related technical disciplines to speak with our freshmen and transfer students about what you did in college to get to where you are NOW. What will I do? Talk to freshmen in an informal setting. Industry […]

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Student Union (ASU Poly), 5999 S Backus Mall
Mesa, Arizona 85212 United States
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Forum 74 STEM Event

On Thursday May 17th, the AHS-Vertical Flight Society Phoenix Chapter hosted a STEM day for High School/College students at the Phoenix Convention Center. Dr. Kendra Befort, The Boeing Company, presented engaging insight into the history of automation toward autonomy and the influence it will have on future vertical lift.  The students were escorted throughout the AHS-VFS Forum Exhibit Hall where they spoke with college and industry representatives and tried their hands on multiple vertical lift simulators. After lunch and a debrief, feedback from the students was exceedingly positive with several of them now influenced to pursue vertical flight careers and to join Arizona State University’s Vertical Flight Society Student Chapter.

Special thanks to Joanne Baker, The Boeing Company for leading and organizing the event!

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